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  • Vfx houses execute Snyder’s vision
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    “Watchmen” is a notoriously complex story, much like the process used to bring the graphic novel to life on the bigscreen. To make this transition, director Zack Snyder relied on about a half-dozen visual effects houses to execute the highly detailed look he wanted for the film…

  • Ad biz hopeful on SAG, AFTRA pact
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    Madison Avenue has received a slight shot of optimism about reaching a new deal with SAG and AFTRA. With a contract expiration looming at midnight tonight, the ad industry’s lead negotiator has hinted that a tentative agreement may be in the offing with the the Screen Actors Guild and the[…]

  • N.Y. state eyes $350 mil for productions
    Monday March 30th 2009

    New York would free up an additional $350 million for an existing film and TV production tax credit program under a budget agreement reached in Albany over the weekend. Industry folks said, though, that the funding is a small Band-Aid for the short-term rather than a long-term solution. Their main concern: The new funding won’t attract and bind TV shows to the state, and it likely will run out within less than a year.

  • Ontario sets up $81 mil in tax relief
    Monday March 30th 2009

    TORONTO – The Ontario government has introduced CAN$100 million ($81 million) in new annual tax relief to boost the local production of digital media product, including movie FX, mobile content and video games. The latest provincial budget includes a proposal to allow fee-for-service producers to write off all labor expenditures[…]

  • Actors’ ad pact expires Tuesday
    Monday March 30th 2009

    Madison Avenue’s going down to the wire with SAG and AFTRA, as weekend talks continued ahead of Tuesday’s contract expiration date. Negotiators worked Saturday and Sunday in New York but remained in a news blackout as talks moved into their fifth week. A person close to the negotiations indicated some[…]

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  • Vfx houses execute Snyder’s vision
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    “Watchmen” is a notoriously complex story, much like the process used to bring the graphic novel to life on the bigscreen. To make this transition, director Zack Snyder relied on about a half-dozen visual effects houses to execute the highly detailed look he wanted for the film…

  • Ad biz hopeful on SAG, AFTRA pact
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    Madison Avenue has received a slight shot of optimism about reaching a new deal with SAG and AFTRA. With a contract expiration looming at midnight tonight, the ad industry’s lead negotiator has hinted that a tentative agreement may be in the offing with the the Screen Actors Guild and the[…]

  • N.Y. state eyes $350 mil for productions
    Monday March 30th 2009

    New York would free up an additional $350 million for an existing film and TV production tax credit program under a budget agreement reached in Albany over the weekend. Industry folks said, though, that the funding is a small Band-Aid for the short-term rather than a long-term solution. Their main concern: The new funding won’t attract and bind TV shows to the state, and it likely will run out within less than a year.

  • Ontario sets up $81 mil in tax relief
    Monday March 30th 2009

    TORONTO – The Ontario government has introduced CAN$100 million ($81 million) in new annual tax relief to boost the local production of digital media product, including movie FX, mobile content and video games. The latest provincial budget includes a proposal to allow fee-for-service producers to write off all labor expenditures[…]

  • Actors’ ad pact expires Tuesday
    Monday March 30th 2009

    Madison Avenue’s going down to the wire with SAG and AFTRA, as weekend talks continued ahead of Tuesday’s contract expiration date. Negotiators worked Saturday and Sunday in New York but remained in a news blackout as talks moved into their fifth week. A person close to the negotiations indicated some[…]

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Archives for: March 20095
  • Vfx houses execute Snyder’s vision
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    “Watchmen” is a notoriously complex story, much like the process used to bring the graphic novel to life on the bigscreen. To make this transition, director Zack Snyder relied on about a half-dozen visual effects houses to execute the highly detailed look he wanted for the film…

  • Ad biz hopeful on SAG, AFTRA pact
    Tuesday March 31st 2009

    Madison Avenue has received a slight shot of optimism about reaching a new deal with SAG and AFTRA. With a contract expiration looming at midnight tonight, the ad industry’s lead negotiator has hinted that a tentative agreement may be in the offing with the the Screen Actors Guild and the[…]

  • N.Y. state eyes $350 mil for productions
    Monday March 30th 2009

    New York would free up an additional $350 million for an existing film and TV production tax credit program under a budget agreement reached in Albany over the weekend. Industry folks said, though, that the funding is a small Band-Aid for the short-term rather than a long-term solution. Their main concern: The new funding won’t attract and bind TV shows to the state, and it likely will run out within less than a year.

  • Ontario sets up $81 mil in tax relief
    Monday March 30th 2009

    TORONTO – The Ontario government has introduced CAN$100 million ($81 million) in new annual tax relief to boost the local production of digital media product, including movie FX, mobile content and video games. The latest provincial budget includes a proposal to allow fee-for-service producers to write off all labor expenditures[…]

  • Actors’ ad pact expires Tuesday
    Monday March 30th 2009

    Madison Avenue’s going down to the wire with SAG and AFTRA, as weekend talks continued ahead of Tuesday’s contract expiration date. Negotiators worked Saturday and Sunday in New York but remained in a news blackout as talks moved into their fifth week. A person close to the negotiations indicated some[…]

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